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AWARDS AND RECOGNITION: Over the past 35 years, Mr. Gale has been a principal owner and the principal architect of 3 Seattle architectural firms. Many projects, designed and/or managed under his direction have received awards for interdisciplinary design recognition. Some examples include:

  • City of Seattle Joint Training Facility , Seattle, WA, > Letter of Commendation for Innovation and Design Excellence from the Seattle Design Commission awarded to Tony Gale FAIA, Seattle’s City Architect and his Project manager, Martha Turnbull. Presented to them by Mayor Greg Nickels in 2003.
  • Oregon Coast Aquarium, Newport, OR, >People’s Choice Award: American Institute of Architects, Portland Chapter; > President’s Awardfor Landscape Architecture: American Society of Landscape Architects, Portland Chapter.
  • Seattle Aquarium , Seattle, WA., > Grand Conceptor Award: American Council of Consulting Engineers, Washington D. C.; Grand Award: Consulting Engineers Council of WA; AIAHonor Award: American Institute of Architects, Seattle Chapter; SpecialHonor Award: Washington Aggregates and Concrete Association; Award for Excellence: WA Precast Concrete Industry.
  • Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center “Goodwill Games Pool”, Federal Way, WA. > Citation Award: American Institute of Architects, Seattle Chapter; >Gold Medal for Public Pools Design: National Spa & Pool Institute.
  • Shelton Wastewater Treatment Facility , Shelton, WA. > Honor Award: American Institute of Architects, Seattle Chapter.
  • Juneau Marine Park and Tourist Facility, Juneau, Alaska > Honor Award: American Institute of Architects, Alaska Chapter; > Barrier-Free Design Award: Governor’s committee for Employment of the Handicapped.
  • Bellingham Maritime Heritage Center , Bellingham, WA > Honor Award: Consulting Engineers Council of Washington.
  • Begich Boggs Visitor Center , Portage Glacier, Alaska > Design Award: Washington Precast Concrete Industry.
  • St. John’s Riverfront Urban Development, Portland, Oregon > Honorable Mention: American Planning Association.
  • West Seattle Freeway Bridge Park, Seattle, WA. > National Merit Award for Landscape Design Development > American Society of Landscape Architects, Washington D. C.
  • Port Orchard Wastewater Treatment Facility, Port Orchard, WA > First honor Award: Consulting Engineers Council of Washington.
  • Klawock Fish Hatchery, Klawock , Alaska > Honorable Mention: Consulting Engineers Council of Washington.
  • Enumclaw Wastewater Treatment Plant, Enumclaw , WA > Award of Engineering Excellence: Consulting Engineers Council of Washington.
  • Makah National Fish Hatchery, west of Neah Bay, WA, just south of Cape Flattery> 1st Honor Award: Consulting Engineers Council of Wash.
  • Management Institute for the Training of the Underdeveloped: Affordable Housing, Seattle , WA > Environmental Design Excellence: King County Board of Realtors.
  • Falls Affordable Housing Project, Seattle , WA> Displayed by the US Department of Commerce inLondon, England at US Trade Center 1970.

A Few of the PUBLICATIONS either featuring or authored by Mr. Gale:

  • Townhouse Demonstration Project to Begin , by Polly Lane, The Seattle Times, Sunday, August 3, 1969.
  • New York Judges Seattle Architects, by Jane Hadley, Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce, November 21, 1980.
  • Gale Re-establishes Architectural Firm , Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce, November 20, 1985.
  • CADD Specialist Joins FultonGaleArchitects, Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce, May 14, 1986.
  • The House That Byte Built: Computerized design makes alteration easy and shows customer a new look in minutes , by Cathy Reiner, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Sunday August 31, 1986.
  • Making A Big Splash , by Clair Enlow, Northwest Living Magazine, Seattle, WA/ March 1990.
  • MAKING A SPLASH, by Diane Elliott, Private Clubs Magazine, May/June 1990.
  • OREGON COAST AQUARIUM: Seattle Architect Gives Shape to Oregon Showpiece , by Clair Enlow, Architecture/Engineering Editor, Daily Journal of Commerce, Seattle, WA June 17, 1992.
  • Fulton “Tony” Gale III, AIA, Director of Architecture & Engineering, City of Seattle , by Sam Bennett, Daily Journal of Commerce, Seattle, WA, June 9, 1999.
  • Developing a Public Portfolio of LEED ä Projects: The City of Seattle Experience , by Lucia Athens, ASLA and Fulton “Tony” G. Gale III, FAIA, presented at the International Conference in Maastricht, Netherlands Sustainable Building 2000 in October 2000 and at the USGBC International Conference on Sustainable Building Design, Austin, Texas / Nov. 2002.
  • Stormy SEAS ahead?, by Clair Enlow, Daily Journal of Commerce, April 5, 2000.
  • Seattle Buffs Its Emerald Image, by Phoung Cat Le, Seattle Post Intelligencer, March 13, 2001.
  • City of Seattle Adopts LEED Rating System , by Gregory Raho, ARCHITECTURAL RECORD, 3/28/01.
  • Power Crunch Puts New Light On Green Design , by Sam Bennett, Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce, April 11, 2001.

A Few of the PUBLICATIONS either featuring or authored by Mr. Gale:

  • Seattle Leads the Green Revolution , bySam Bennett, Architecture/Engineering Editor, Seattle Daily journal of Commerce, October 9, 2002
  • Emerald City’s Sustainable Champions (cover and article), by Penny S. Bonda, FASID, Interior Sources IS magazine, North Palm Beach, FL/ March 2002
  • The Real Value of Seattle’s Sustainable Superblock , by Fulton “Tony” G. Gale III, FAIA, A technical paper presented @ the Energy Efficiency Workshop by author and published by BKR international in Singapore/ November 7, 2001. Also presented in Washington DC, Toronto, Vancouver, Edmonton and Calgary Canada in 2002-2003.
  • Seattle’s Penguin Flipper, Keith Seinfeld’s interview with Fulton “Tony” Gale III, Seattle’s City Architect, KPLU News, Public Broadcasting Radio, June 28, 2002.
  • Can A Hotbed of Green Design Live Without Air Conditioning, by Clair Enlow, Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce, March 19, 2003.
  • The American Center for Life Cycle Assessment, The United Nations Environment Programe (UNEP) and the City of Seattle sponsored a conference on Life Cycle Assessment and Management, Seattle City Architect,Fulton “ Tony” Gale III, FAIA was a keynote speaker, September 22-25, 2003.
  • Seattle Natural for Life-Cycle Conference , by Joe Cole, Sustainable Industries Journal, November 13, 2003.

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